Janrrueche

Hey Scotty, I recharged my A/C system a couple days ago and it worked fine. The next day, the driver side vents blew colder air than the passenger side vents, so I decided to recharge the A/C once again. After recharging, all my A/C vents blew ice cold again. The next morning however, when I went to turn on my A/C, there was this hissing noise that sounded like the cold air was "stuck" or having trouble getting the cold air out of the vents. Usually when I turn on my A/C I would hear a click followed by a short hissing sound and then get cold air out of the A/C vents. I hooked up a gauge from one of those A/C Pro recharge cans on the low pressure port of the A/C and it turned out to be over charged, so I released some refrigerant and got it back to the correct level. My A/C still doesn't blow cold however, all I can hear is the A/C compressor click during a recharge and I get warm air out my A/C vents. I put the correct amount of refrigerant from those A/C Pro cans and still no cold air out of the vents. All my fans are blowing and I have enough coolant in my vehicle. It's a 2004 BMW E83 X3 with 63,000 miles. Thanks.

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dil 89
dil 89

NEVER RELEASE FREON INTO THE AIR. You need to evacuate that system and start over that hissing was cus you overcharged the system cus you have no idea what you're doing

Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

Editor

well, that endlessmoney pit bmw has a computer run ac system. Start with a bmw pro using his dealer scanner to analyze the hvac system, they are THAT complex